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addicted

Propane?

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addicted

Coming up this weekend, My propane is at the point where I should make it, however it is an old tank. If I should run out can I get a new filled tank up there?

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jigglestick

addicted: it is forcasted well below zero at night as far as i could see by a couple of different web sites. with the usual url winds, i would say take no chances. bring extra fuel. i know that west wind does fill propane, and their prices are very reasonable. have a great outing. dress warm!

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PUTZ

Take your tank to menards and exchange it
for A new style FILLED tank for $16.95 or
there abouts. It's A lot cheaper than
paying $24.00 for A new tank + another
$10.00 or whatever to fill it.
I have done half A dozen that way, of coarse
last year I know A PUTZ that bought (3) new
tanks so I have enough tanks to last me A
couple days wink.gif

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Slugo

I don't think I'd want to risk not having heat the way the weather can be in this state!

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